Thursday, 5 July 2018

Natural breast enlargement

Breast feeding damages a woman's breasts.  Thus when I met my first wife, it was obvious that she had had at least two children.  She was as flat as a pancake.
She used to be a double D.  But breast feeding, does decrease a woman's breasts.  I have been advising using ultrasound to repair body tissues for three years.  It fixed my eye squint.  Eye surgery, had just made a mess of it.
It made the eye surgery a lot richer, and only decreased my eyes squint.  We want a high intensity ultrasound source.
I use a medically licensed 8 W one MHz massage device, as my HIUS device.  We want 20, 1 minute applications to the top and bottom of each breast.

This should restore a lady's breasts to their size, when she was 25.  If she had children later.  Safe, natural and cheap.  And it should remove the chance of ever developing breast cancer.
Even if you don't want a breast increase, do the 20 application job, to stop press cancer.  Then ½ minute each side the chest, throat and nose first 20 seconds each side of your lower torso, to cure all infections, stopping cancers, heart disease and diabetes from ever forming.
Diet is immaterial.  Smokers should use HIUS ½ minute each side the chest, every month.  To ensure they never get lung cancer: 80 per cent of cancers out there.  Surgery, defective, maybe fatal medicine.

Ultrasound—Cancer Cure: Cheap Home Cure to All Cancers

Paperback, 92 Pages
Price: $16.95
Prints in 3-5 business days
Ultrasound—Cancer Cure explores a prospective and revolutionary new treatment for cancer: high-intensity ultrasound, a noninvasive but promising new treatment that is being studied as a way to treat all cancers and could even cure in just one application. Author Dr. Jon Thomason shares research from the Moffitt Cancer Center, which pioneered research into this application of ultrasound, and he explains both how ultrasound works and how, more importantly, it can be used to as a treatment for cancer. Chemotherapy and surgery are not the only options for patients suffering from cancer. Ultrasound is a promising new alternative that could offer a noninvasive treatment without the debilitating side-effects of radiation and surgery.

No comments: